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Certified Organic bread and gluten-free bakery products

Paraparaumu-based Purebread produces the best Certified Organic bread and gluten-free bakery products.

Award-winning Paraparaumu-based Purebread produces a range of more than 30 nutritious and great tasting organic and gluten-foods.

“You can find our products throughout New Zealand in supermarkets and stores or you can order online and we will deliver to your door,” says Robert Glensor, Founder and Managing Director of Purebread.

Purebread’s key products include the delicious Certified Organic bread and bakery products and Gluten-free breads.

“Our best sellers include Young Buck Bread, which is gluten free, and Big Daddy Oats bread. We also specialise in natural fermentation and sourdough inclusion so non-gluten free breads are much more digestible,” says Robert.

Purebread’s delicious and healthy product range is ideal for the health conscious, young families, Coeliac or gluten intolerant, Online shoppers, slow food followers and natural practitioner users.

Since beginning business in 1996, Purebread has been totally owned and operated by a down to earth New Zealand family.

Robert Glensor has 18 years experience and is committed to the support of organic agriculture for ticking the “truly healthy” box.

Jocelyn, a mother of five, has 12 years’ experience in the industry and worked her way from a bread slicer to administration and despatch manager. The team also includes Philip, who is newly back as company production manager and has growing experience of the baking industry.

Purebread have a stable of awards to their name including the National Sustainable Business Of The Year for 2008 and were the only small business to achieve this. They also won the Winning Organic Enterprise award in 2010.

Purebread also gets heavily involved with the community by way of social giving and the continuation of supplying healthy (pesticide free) products to a national audience and “offering valuable support to schools, kindergarten and supplying organic veggie seeds for their growing programmes.

POEP (Purebread Organic Education Programme) supplies hundreds of thousands of sachets of organic veggie seeds to many organisations nationwide.

Purebread also supports the community by sponsoring many local events including the Purebread Music Festival.

Purebread’s core values include family, community, sustainability, organic growing, healthy eating and the environment so you can rely on them to deliver you the healthiest and great-tasting bread on the market.


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